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Today's Sports

  • WCHS Summer Baseball Camp

    The baseball coaching staff at Washington County High School will conduct a summer baseball camp June 22-24 at Tom Bystrek Field at Idle Hour Park.

    Campers will receive instructions through lectures, drills and simulated game situations.

    For more information or to register, call WCHS head baseball coach Derek Schuler at (502) 639-2617.

     

  • Upward Soccer Regiatration

    The River of Life Church will be holding Upward Soccer registrations and evaluations for girls and boys pre-school through 8th grade on Monday, June 22 and Thursday, June 25 from 6-8 p.m. at the River of Life Church on Hwy. 555.

    All games will be played at the church soccer field behind the church. Every child wishing to play must attend one registration. If you have any questions, call Donna Spalding at the church office at 336-7604 or e-mail dspalding@theriverishere.com.

  • Web Exclusive: Simms leads West...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    Recent WCHS graduate Joe Joe Simms is still making Washington County proud, even after he has received his diploma. This past Friday, Simms was one of two quarterbacks chosen to play for the West team in the Kentucky East Vs. West All-Star Football Classic in Bowling Green.

  • 9-10-year-old Cubs surge past...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    As the saying goes, it’s not how you start, but how you finish. On June 8, the 9-10-year-old Reds held a slim one-game lead over the Cubs. With just two games left on the schedule for each team, it was coming down to the wire.

    As fate would have it, the Reds and Cubs finished the season tied for first place. It all came down to a single winner-take-all playoff game for the 9-10-year-old baseball title as the two teams met last Wednesday for the championship.

  • Sluggers finish second in...

    Special to The Sun

    The Washington County Sluggers finished as the runners-up in the 8 and under Danville Summer Baseball Classic this past weekend.

    The boys kicked off the tournament on Saturday with an 11-10 comeback win against the Scott County Slammers.

    Sunday started with a win over Metcalf County. Devin Hurst smacked a three-run homer for WC.

    In the second game on Sunday, the Sluggers took care of the Frankfort Bobcats with the mercy rule as each of the WC boys were hitting the ball hard.

  • SCC Baseball Camp

    The Central Kentucky Advanced Baseball Camp will be held at St. Catharine College June 18 and 19. The camp will be from 9 a.m. until noon each day.

    St. Catharine College head coach Luther Bramblett will instruct along with his coaching staff and other area coaches.

    The camp is for players age 9 to 14. Players may register the first day of camp. Call 859 336-5082 ext. 1285 for further information.

  • From Left Field

    Why so serious?

    If you’re going to spend as much time as I do at ball fields, it helps to have a good sense of humor. Otherwise, you would go completely bonkers and wind up in a padded cell.

  • Commander Basketball Camp

    Washington County Commander Basketball Camp for boys and girls will be held June 15-17, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. for grades 1 - 8.

    Grades 1 - 4 will be in the middle school and 5 - 8 will be in the elementary school.

    Deadline for registration is June 12.

     

  • SCC Basketball Camp

    A basketball camp for boys and girls aged 8-18 will be held June 11 and 12 at St. Catharine College.

    Campers are asked to pre-register by June 8 to ensure a proper size camp t-shirt, although campers may register the first day of camp starting at 8 a.m.

    Hours will be from 8 a.m. to noon each day. For more information or to register, call Coach Bramblett at 859 336-5082 ext. 1252 or e-mail lcbramblett@sccky.edu.

     

  • 2009 Commander Football Camp

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    Washington County High School was the scene last week for the 2009 Commander Football Camp. WCHS head football Mark Perry and his staff instructed area youths age 8-13 in the basic fundamentals of offense and defense. While game strategy was discussed, some emphasis was also placed on getting into shape and building strength and endurance.

    For more, see this week's Springfield Sun.